History, as a school subject, was a huge torture for some kids. It was so boring to memorize all these dates, years, kings, battles, or when something was discovered (America or India, for instance).
I have just discovered his gorgeous home. Go with me and I will tell who is he and did how he end up here 😀 A Masterpiece In October 2007 I visited the Archaeological Museum of Zagreb for the very first time. The Museum was hosting a sensational, one-item temporary exhibition at that time. That exhibition […]
What do you think, are these truths painful? How can anything related to travel be painful anyway? These stories are strong, powerful, but I think it doesn’t mean that they are painful. No worries 🙂 I was recently contacted by the Croatian Railway Museum. They had a story to tell. The story was about 6 […]
Every place in every corner of Europe has a kind of local castle or palace, a former noble residence, usually in service of museum today. These monuments/museums provide a cute experience to many children – they can imagine princes and princesses, the way I once gave a tour to a school group of 7-years-olds. Visiting […]
The Danube is the Europe’s greatest river, and it flows through 4 capital cities. In the pre-historic times (the Eneolithic period of earliest copper-smithing), there were three highly advanced civilizations – Mesopotamia – with the capital of Asia, Egypt – with the capital of Africa, and – Vučedol culture – with the capital of Europe. I’ll talk […]
Some museums are fun simply because they have fun concepts and topics in their own collections, buildings, or stories. But some museums have a rather traditional role of preserving significant pieces of heritage, which are not widely considered to be fun. However, these museums can enhance an enjoyable learning experience for their visitors, with an […]